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Ultimate Botswana safari

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Safari: Botswana

Ultimate Botswana safari

Explore Botswana's Moremi and Selinda reserves on foot, in a safari vehicle or a mokoro for unforgettable wildlife encounters with big game and rare birds

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This safari combines Chief’s Island in the Moremi Game Reserve and a lagoon-side camp in the Selinda Reserve to give you a wildlife-rich experience. If you’re lucky you might see large herds of elephant and buffalo, plains game and predators like lion, leopard and even wild dog. Experience the bush in a number of ways, whether on an open safari vehicle, on foot with a trained guide or in a mokoro (dug-out canoe), each giving a different perspective of this amazing wilderness area of north-western Botswana.

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What to Expect on This Safari

This popular itinerary can be customised to match your budget and travel dates by adding/removing a few days or selecting different lodges

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Unforgettable safari

From Kasane you’ll fly to Little Mombo, on Chief’s Island in the Selinda spillway. Chief’s Island is the largest island in the Okavango Delta and used to be reserved as an exclusive hunting area for the tribal chief. You'll spend the next two days doing game drives and mekoro trips into the Okavango Delta. Overnight at Little Mombo inside the Moremi Game Reserve, with meals, drinks and game activities included.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Transport: Included

Patio at Little Mombo Camp in Chief's Island, BotswanaCampfire at Little Mombo Camp in Chief's IslandLittle Mombo Camp Zebras in BotswanaLittle Mombo Camp Bathroom, BotswanaOutdoor Dining Area at Little Mombo CampLittle Mombo Camp Dining Area in Chief's Island, BotswanaLittle Mombo Camp Guests on a Game Drive in Chief's IslandLittle Mombo Camp Bedroom Interior in BotswanaLounging Area at Little Mombo Camp, BotswanaLittle Mombo Camp Lounging Area

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Getting to grips with nature

Go on an early morning game drive in an open safari vehicle to find predators such as lion, leopard, cheetah and spotted hyena, as well as large herds of buffalo and elephant. White rhino, giraffe and zebra are also in the area. Birdlife is plentiful. Spend time relaxing in camp, viewing wildlife from the deck, or go to the hide a short drive away to take photographs. Overnight at Little Mombo, with meals, drinks and game activities included.
 

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Transport: Included

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Luxury meets eco-consciousness

You’ll fly to the ultra-luxurious Zarafa Camp in the wildlife-rich Selinda Reserve, which overlooks a lagoon that's the source of the Savute Channel. Arrive in time for lunch and a siesta and then joing the afternoon game drive. Overnight at Zarafa Camp, with meals, drinks and game activities included.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Transport: Included

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Lions with attitude

Spend the day at leisure at the camp, looking out over the lagoon for wildlife, or make the most of the game activities. A game drive is your best way to find plains game, huge elephant and buffalo herds, as well as leopard, wild dog, cheetah and the hippo-killing lions of Selinda. Overnight at Zarafa Camp, with meals, drinks and game activities included.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Transport: Included

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5

Canoe the Delta

Make the most of your last day of safari by going on the early morning game drive for your best chance of spotting any predators you haven't seen yet. In the afternoon you might want to choose from the other game activities at the lodge. These include a nature walk to see smaller animals and some of the more than 300 species of birds in the area, a short canoe trip or a sunset cruise on the lagoon. Overnight at Zarafa Camp, with meals, drinks and game activities included.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Transport: Included

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We know you'll be back

Today you'll fly back to Kasane to connect with your flight home or to your next destination.

Safari Map

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Big Five safari in the Moremi Game Reserve safari map

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